A message to my readers… (Thank you)

I have recently become incredibly overwhelmed and humbled by how much people compliment my work on my blog, and tell me they can relate to my posts. To me, I feel like the whole concept of people liking my work is completely baffling, but still the most amazing feeling.

Blogging can be one of the toughest obstacles when it comes to my anxiety, yet also my greatest healer. I think that’s why I have so much love for my writing, poetry and blog in general. I constantly feel like my writing isn’t good enough, or no one will even like my writing.

Nevertheless, I want to take a moment to thank every single person who takes time out of their day to read my writing which I put my heart and soul into. I’ve began to also realise that that’s one of the reasons why blogging is my lil baby at heart and one of my greatest achievements (even in such a short amount of time). I write most of my posts when I’m either at my most vulnerable points, or at my highest points. There’s no in between. I pour my everything into my writing, and that’s why a lot of you may feel like it’s an overflow of thoughts and words. Everything I write about is real and relevant to me and my thoughts, so thank you so incredibly much for supporting my once erratic thoughts.

For someone that constantly gets told that her thoughts and opinions regarding this world are “too preachy” or groan when I start talking about something I’m passionate about, my blog is a big look at me now. I’ve realised because of my blog readers that I’m not the only one who has this view on the world. From embracing being a sensitive person, to traits of anxiety. I’m so grateful to have so many people relate to my work. As happy as I am that my work relates to others, it’s equally as crazy that my once irrational thoughts are so consumed by other people too.

I’m in such a comfortable place with myself and my writing because of the humbling feedback I get back from so many of my readers. I may not be the best blogger, and I may not deliver the best content; but I’m never going to. My blog is not a competition, rather an insight into my overwhelming thoughts that define my philosophy on life on general. From love and heartbreak, to embracing just being me; I can’t wait to carry on this crazy journey of using writing as a way to find who I am.

Thank you for supporting my art that I work my butt off to produce and that I certainly have become proud of. It genuinely means more than you can imagine.

Love & happiness always,

xo, Becca


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29 thoughts on “A message to my readers… (Thank you)

  1. awww hun, you deserve all the support and love. I genuinely mean well for you, because you really do post such lovely and insightful posts. keep doing what are doing, and honestly, blogging can get hard, but as long as you love it, don’t stop ❤

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  2. Aw such a lovely post! Blogging has been the best thing for me! I’m a really anxious and shy person, but blogging has made me feel more confident and I’ve been able to talk to so many amazing bloggers who are all so lovely, it really is a fab community! I can’t think everyone enough who reads my blog, means the world!!
    Becky Shannon xx – Life-by-Becky

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  3. Getting postive feedback on your writing or just on something you created in general is always an amazing feeling and I’m glad you get to experience that as well cause you totally deserve it 🙂 I’m so happy I found your blog, honestly in love with it! Keep doing your thing, you’ll always have my support x


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